Bethany High

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Bethany High
Bangalore, Karnataka, 560095
School type Private
Motto Trust and Obey
Founded 1963
Founder Mrs. Mignon David [1]
School board Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, Indian School Certificate
Director Mr. Akash Ryall
Principal Mr. Robert Khin
Gender Coeducational
Number of students ~2500
Medium of language English
Houses Darrell, Leonard, Satur, Mignon
Colour(s) Black and Green
Song Trust and Obey
Athletics 100m, 200m, 400m, 1500m, 400m relay
Sports Football, Cricket, Basketball, Chess, Badminton

Bethany High is an ICSE and ISC affiliated school in Kormangala, Bangalore, India.[1]

The director of the school is Mr.Akash Ryall.[2]

Bethany High turned 50 in 2014 and opened up a new campus in sarjapura Road,which was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi's granddaughter Sumitra Kulkarni.[3]


There are four houses:

  • Satur- blue, motto "Steadfast and Sure"
  • Darell- red, motto "United in our strengths"
  • Leonard- yellow, motto "Honour at all cost"
  • Mignon- purple, motto "Abide by the truth"

Bethany Student Organisation[edit]

The Bethany Student Organisation is a body of students who have been chosen to represent their school and houses:

  • The School President and Vice- President; both chosen from the Junior College.
  • The School Head Boy and Head Girl; both chosen from Class 10.
  • The Games Captain and Vice- Captain
  • Four House Captains
  • Four House Vice- Captains
  • Four Prefects from each house (High School)
  • Two Prefects from each house (Middle School)
  • One Prefect from each house (Junior College)
  • 12 Literary Prefects (one each from High School, Middle School and Junior College representing their respective houses)


  1. ^ "Bangalore schools gear up to tackle flu". DNA. 6 August 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Bethany Educational Institutions | Director |". Retrieved 2015-09-22. 
  3. ^ Bethany high school turns 50, gets new campus

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Coordinates: 12°56′26″N 77°37′15″E / 12.940627°N 77.620805°E / 12.940627; 77.620805